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# HW_8_solution - PGE 312 Physical and Chemical Behavior of...

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PGE 312 Physical and Chemical Behavior of Petroleum Fluids I Homework 8, Fall 2007 Problem 10-4 Calculations are as follows: Gas-oil ratio (1) at separator (T = 200 o F) and stock-tank (T = 0 o F) conditions: bbl SP scf cc bbl scf ratio oil gas Seperator 59 . 541 10 29 . 6 833 . 150 51383 . 0 liquid separator of Volume separator the from removed gas of 6 bbl ST scf bbl scf ratio oil gas Stock 75 . 176 10 29 . 6 5913 . 136 15186 . 0 liquid stock tank of stock tank from removed of tank 6 Gas-oil ratio (2) based on stock-tank oil at standard conditions: STB scf bbl scf ratio oil gas Stock STB scf bbl scf ratio oil gas Sperator 99 . 177 10 29 . 6 641 . 136 15186 . 0 tank 25 . 602 10 29 . 6 641 . 135 51383 . 0 6 6 o API Gravity: o 141.5 141.5 API= 131.5 131.5 40.432 API 0.823 

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Formation volume factor (B oSb ) of oil: stb bbl res cc ST res B oSb 48 . 1 641 . 135 156 . 201 stock tank in arriving liquid of Volume cell the from expelled liquid of Separator and stock-tank shrinkage factors: STB bbl ST
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## This note was uploaded on 12/14/2011 for the course PGE 312 taught by Professor Peters during the Spring '08 term at University of Texas at Austin.

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